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    Is Linklater's 'Boyhood' the Most Radically Inventive Film Experience of the Year? (CLIP)

    Richard Linklater's new film "Boyhood," at almost three hours, overflows with beauty, truth, ingenuity, humanity and tenderness, and it firmly places the director in the pantheon of cinema's great auteurs. The entire early life of Mason (newcomer Ellar Coltrane), through childhood and into his first...

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    Richard Linklater Explains Why He Had to Make 'Boyhood' and Keep It Under Wraps (Part 1)

    In the first part of a lengthy discussion, the director talked about how he came to understand his unorthodox project.

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    Review: Was Richard Linklater's 12 Year Production Worth the Wait? In a Word, Yes.

    If there was ever project that demanded to be informed by the history of its making, "Boyhood" is it.

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    Linklater on Unique Time Travel Fiction 'Boyhood,' with Coltrane, Hawke & Arquette EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

    How often do we get to see a movie that is utterly unlike anything we have ever seen before? It is rare. For his entire career, from the start with his Sundance breakout "Slackers" in 1991, Austin filmmaker Richard Linklater has worked outside the box. I interview Linklater as well as Ethan Hawke, ...

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    Watch: 'Dead Poets Society' Pals Ethan Hawke & Robert Sean Leonard Go To New York For An Audition In 10-Min Clip

    Holy hell, has it really been twenty-five years since everyone stood up triumphantly on their desks saying "O captain! My captain!" and we all cried when Neil committed suicide in "Dead Poets Society"? Time really flies, but here's a capsule from the era that's well worth looking at for fans of the ...

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    5 Things We Learned About Filmmaking from Richard Linklater's 'Boyhood'

    Our Chief Film Critic Eric Kohn sat down with director Richard Linklater and actor Ellar Coltrane to discuss this year's most highly anticipated event in indie film: "Boyhood."

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    First Look: Ethan Hawke and Emma Watson Embrace 'Regression' in Alejandro Amenabar's Dark Return to Genre

    Alejandro Amenabar is returning to the bleak, genre-driven territory that first defined his career -- from 1997's "Abre Los Ojos" to 2001's ravishingly beautiful ghost story "The Others" -- with his next film, "Regression."

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    First Look: Ethan Hawke And Emma Watson In Alejandro Amenábar's Crime Thriller 'Regression'

    It’s perhaps easy to have forgotten filmmaker Alejandro Amenábar, but he’s done some terrific work. He won an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language film for “The Sea Inside” (which helped turn Javier Bardem into a bigger international star) and he also helmed one of the best recent horror/ghost mo...

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    'The Raid' Remake Delayed, Anthony Mackie, Frank Grillo, Ethan Hawke & More On Wishlist For Lead

    They may not have lit up the box office, but Gareth Evans’s pair of bloody Indonesian action movies – “The Raid: Redemption” and “The Raid 2: Berandal” – have caught the attention of Hollywood and, in fact, the North American remake rights to the first film were scooped up not long after its success...

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